From a very young age Ken Emmanuel Karyou Marblow dreamed of being a Doctor. He was born in Liberia, in a very small village, with hardly any access to healthcare. He began studying biology and chemistry while working to support himself. A year after beginning his studies, the civil war broke out in his country, for which he had to flee to the Ivory Coast, leaving everything behind. Read More
María faced her second life full of dreams, managing to make a place for herself in her second country, getting a beautiful family, as well as a stable job that she loves at the Bank of Scotland.
Along the way, she found herself at AIU, where she found the opportunity to achieve her dreams. She began studying for the first time at the age of 26, without being able to graduate at that time, and she finally achieved her dream of obtaining her master's degree after a consolidated life. Read More
Our mission at Atlantic International University is to be a higher education institution concerned with generating cultural development alternatives that lead to a more efficient administration of the world and its environment. Always with the clear objective of exercising human and community rights through diversity, with the ultimate goal of the evolution of the world. Read More
Cecilia Jaramillo is based in Canada and is a graduate of Atlantic International University with a Ph.D. in Personality Psychology.
Cecilia's work has focused on helping women victims of domestic violence through art. In her experience, she has found that women get trapped in fear, but by developing their creative side, through art, they can find a way out. Read More
Raquel Rodríguez Vega has been a key person for the Mexican State of Querétaro, as she is the person in charge of planning the strategy for the opening of educational centers for upper secondary education, technological baccalaureate.
Her work has been very important in reducing educational gaps, allowing the people of Querétaro the right to quality education. This will have an impact on the future of the country, improving the Quality of Education, as well as improving the working conditions and economic growth of the country, and helping to reduce economic gaps. Read More
Gary has been with the Jamaican Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries for over 30 years, and during this time, in parallel, he has had the opportunity to earn a Bachelor's degree and later a Master's degree in Animal Science. And recently he obtained his Ph.D. from Atlantic International University.
With 4 publications to his credit, Gary has a clear mission to help reduce the impact of climate change through knowledge. In fact, one of the most important publications of his in his career has been: “The Impact of Climate Change on the performance of small ruminants in the Caribbean Communities”. Read More
Shmuel Netanel, obtained his engineering degree from the University of Maryland and has more than 30 years as an Engineer in Israel. In addition, he is an associate professor at Ben-Gurion University, where he teaches in master's programs.
His profession has helped him to witness and help in the growth of Israel after its independence in 1948. At that time there was no infrastructure at all, with only about 600,000 inhabitants. At that time it was imperative to create infrastructure, streets, housing... Today we are 8.4 million people. Read More
Doctor Sergio Bello Guerra began in politics several years ago, after a long professional career, where, in fact, he was dedicated to business politics. With the change of course and his interest in entering the Oaxaca Congress, he set the goal of obtaining a doctorate that endorses his education, after completing the Master's.
Bello Guerra comments in his graduation interview “I needed a worthwhile doctorate to make laws, to be able to manage, to have a social responsibility, to have the ability to help others, but at the same time to help myself too. I loved AIU, because it teaches you the work that you really have to do because they have highly trained tutors who help you with personal, professional, and social growth at the same time. Read More
All people have the right to fight for their goals, develop and reach their full potential. At a certain stage of life, work, obligations, and children make it difficult to continue developing, especially in the educational field.
This is the case of Jasmine Thomas, who even with a life full of obligations, was not satisfied with being an excellent professional in her area, she decided to go for more and continue training, at the same time that she had a full-time job and a mother to full time. Read More
Known as one of the references of his generation in the defense arts, Itay Gil turned his combat experience in anti-terrorist conflicts and his knowledge of Krav Maga into a teaching tool that has changed the lives of many security and defense agents. Read More
Marco Antonio Guerrero Hiza, teacher and consultant from Bolivia, builds a life around preserving the world's natural landscape and biodiversity. As part of this journey, he joined AIU to become a Doctor of Environmental Science and successfully graduated in 2012... Read More
Ivanoba Pardo Herrera is a Colombian Public Health teacher and a Doctor in Public Health from the 2015 class of the Atlantic International University.
A Cali resident, Pardo, a mother who teaches at University Santiago de Cali, found obstacles to elevate her career because most advanced titles are only available in Bogota, the country's capital. For example, University Santiago de Cali, where she works, only offers three doctorates: Education, Law, and Applied Sciences... Read More
If you were a superhero, what would be your superpower? Many of us dream of having the power to change the world, and some grow to achieve this.
Throughout our history, the work of men and women in high spheres of power -like politics and business- enable progress and development. We usually find them all over the news. However, some others go unnoticed, but that doesn't stop them from doing important work for the world... Read More
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals established a list of 17 objectives to be achieved by 2030. The last in the list, Partnership for the goals, might be a pillar among this interlinked treaty, as Mushagalusa Ganza Wilfred would discover on his journey.
A Democratic Republic of the Congo citizen, Mushagalusa graduated as a Doctor in Business Administration from the Atlantic International University in 2018. And his particular interest in I.T. led him on an exciting path, where he became a bridge for renovation and development across the DRC... Read More
What is your part to play in this world? Many of us face this question during our lifetime, and it is one that Sunday Eze Ikeokwu, Bachelor of Legal Studies Cum Laude graduate from AIU’s 2018 class, answered for himself.
Originally from Nigeria, Sunday was raised in Germany. Having grown among the European industrialization and development, he took the knowledge acquired on his Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies and committed to better his homeland... Read More
The contemporary era establishes new challenges. Being part of this global village that we call Earth demands us to shift the paradigms that we have on education and the mission that, as individuals, we are here to fulfill. Silvia Godoy Cubilla has accepted this challenge and is investing in creating new concepts on what education means for Paraguay.
A Master in Art graduate from the September 2020 class from Atlantic International University, Godoy is also the Vice-Chancellor of the Universidad Privada del Guaira, in the Paraguayan city of Villarrica... Read More
Rwanda is a country from Eastern Africa characterized by its green mountain landscape. Although this country is only a few degrees south of the equator, the elevation provides a subtropical climate to the area, composed of two rainy seasons and two dry seasons. The mountain scenery attributes this country with the nickname "a land of thousand hills."
Rwanda is also the home country of Kundan Kumar, a Doctor of Philosophy and Ph.D. in Information Technology from the 2020 Atlantic International University class. For Doctor Kumar, information technology is a tool to be used for advancement and progress... Read More
Gender equality is a constant pursuit in the modern world. Day to day, women across the planet use their voices and skills to achieve seats on leadership and management all around the globe.
That is the case of Mariluz Arias Eusebio, Doctor in Accounting from the 2020 class from AIU. Thanks to her, the Dominican Republic's guild of accountants secure today a new future and legacy in this country... Read More
Like many other Latin American countries, Panama possesses a rich indigenous tradition and community. "Comarca" is the word that Panamanians use to define semi autonomous areas where most of the population is aboriginal, and the indigenous leaders hold relative power.
These regions constitute approximately 20% of this country's population. Still, not all indigenous communities live inside them nor enjoy the same benefits that the five recognized comarcas do, excluding the authorities of over 30 other villages... Read More
Byron Daniel Hernandez Pichiya is a Guatemalan Doctor in Auditory, graduate of the October 2020 class from Atlantic International University.
Doctor Hernandez is also a teacher with over 20 years of career. For two decades, he has helped more than 5000 students to learn about business, finances, and administration in the hopes of building a better future for Guatemala... Read More
Being part of the "third world" is often full of contradictions. Perhaps the biggest is the resource curse, and Equatorial Guinea is an example of this phenomenon.
This nation struck oil in 1995 and became one of the biggest oil producers of Sub-Saharan Africa. However, more than three-quarters of the population lives in poverty... Read More
Savings and Loans Cooperatives -better known as Credit Unions- are small organizations created to face socio-economic challenges. Although this model replicates globally, some countries show an outstanding performance in benefiting their population by granting microcredit and other loans.
Honduras, a country from Central America, annually registers a sustained growth of over 2% of their GDP, a rate well above their neighbors in Latin America and the Caribbean. Experts believe part of this success is thanks to Credit Unions, and they are not the only ones betting on this system... Read More
Climate change brings destruction in countless ways. One example of this is the aftermath of hurricane season in 2017 when two almost consecutive hurricanes -Irma and Maria- hit Puerto Rico.c
These disasters brought damages for dozens of billions of dollars and a total power outage that lasted for days -even weeks, in most remote areas... Read More
Euston Trevor Kapotwe is an accomplished business expert from Zambia. Amongst his achievements, Kapotwe includes a Senior Lecturer in Accounting, Finance, and Economics position at the Australian Institute of Business and Technology. Additionally, he is a Senior Consultant in Financial Management position at the Zambia Institute of Management and obtained a Doctorate in Business Administration from Atlantic International University's 2018 class... Read More
Quality education is a prime pursuit of our society if we desire a better future for our world and planet. The digital era has adjusted our way of learning, creating new challenges for both students and educators.
These challenges emerge from different perspectives, but the main one is the necessity of erasing old models that portray education as a universal event. As experience shows us, education is an individual experience... Read More
Education is a primary necessity for development, and the reasons are obvious. Through knowledge, we can build new capacities and expand our options for innovation, providing unique strengths and solutions for known and unknown challenges.
Education can make us stronger and give us autonomy, a vision that Marina Aybar Gomez fully supports. .. Read More
Universal health is one of the biggest challenges our world faces nowadays, without counting the foreseeable effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The World Health Organization states that regarding all the efforts and projects put towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, number 3, Good Health and Well Being, is still a hurdle for more than half of the total world population. As for most structural problems, developing countries face a more significant gap than many others... Read More
What makes a leader a good leader? For Guido Rafael Vaca, this is a question that finds answers on many levels, starting with business administration.
A prolific Ecuadorian-American writer, Guido Vaca obtained a Doctorate in Business Administration in 2019. With the support of Atlantic International University, Doctor Vaca achieved this significant milestone that is now helping him build a more favorable business environment in Ecuador and the world... Read More
Everybody needs food, and as the world population constantly grows, the effects of human action keep hitting the Earth.
To secure the planet's survival it is necessary to innovate on how we do things. Jose Silvestre Quezada, a Dominican Agronomic Engineer, made his mission to improve agriculture in his country and thus help the world... Read More
The digital era has meant change for everybody and everything. Although some cultures still resist this change, 2020 was an important wake-up call as to how we believe an excellent work and education system should look like.
However, some actors worldwide boarded this digital train a long time ago and now serve as a living testimony of the opportunities brought to life by the hyperspace, proving old paradigms obsolete... Read More
Alongside our history, one thing has been transversal to most cultures: their love and fear of a higher force that many call God.
Roselien Marie Rotgans, a Pastor from Suriname, graduated from Atlantic International University in 2019, obtaining a Doctorate in Contextual Theology... Read More
Change is a universal experience. For over 2500 years, humanity has discussed the concept of change and its implications on our daily lives. During our days, change remains "the only constant," turning our ability to adjust into a primary skill for all dimensions of our lives, for that is the pillar to face unforeseen situations.
Rosendo Huerta, a Venezuelan Mechanical Engineer, understands change pretty well. In 2019, Huerta graduated from the Atlantic International University and became a Doctor in Project Management. However, his transformation started before this... Read More
Some projects require bigger teams, and no doubt, building a better world involves the biggest team: all of us. However, a group of people carries most of the heavy lifting when raising a more inclusive and fair world for our future generations. That group, of course, includes teachers and educators of all kinds.
A professional of education, Zulma I. Soler Candelaria has a comprehensive understanding of her role to play. Soler obtained a Doctorate in Educational Administration degree from Atlantic International University in 2019, and her aspirations with this newly acquired knowledge are tremendous... Read More